This is Matthew the AA bodyguard
The French architect/artist Patrick Bouchain making remarks at last night’s opening of his exhibition ‘Savoir Faire/Know How’ in the main AA Exhibition Gallery. Translation by the AA’s George L. Legendre, exhibition originators Arc en Reve, print materials by Wayne & Zak in the AA Print Studio, and installation by the AA Exhibitions team.
Another shot from last night’s opening of ‘Lighthive’ by Alex Haw, with the assistance of Vanessa, Simone, Lee and an entire team of assistants–and a huge team of partners providing technical, design and financial assistance; many thanks to everyone involved.
Part of the crowd taking in the opening of Alex Haw’s ‘Lighthive’ exhibition and installation in the AA Front Members Room. An interactive 3D map registering in real-time artificial light usage throughout the main AA Building at 36 Bedford Square.
Intermediate Unit 9 Presentations yesterday upstairs in Studio One.
Guest jurors flew in from far and wide
In the Bar tonight at the Amazon Exhibition opening
In the Bar at 6.30
In the Gallery at 6.30
The Front Members Room is going to be all lit up
The chandelier from below
A photo from this week’s Third Year Previews in the AA Lecture Hall; a review of project models and drawings from this year’s Intermediate School by all Third Year students.
The result of Diploma Unit 9’s visit to India over the Easter Break: design, build and occupation of a new bird-watching tower. Thanks Alex for the photographs.
AA Diploma Unit 9’s design-and-build project in India completed during the Unit Trip in April. Design, build and occupation of a new bird-watching tower.
AA students and staff working on the 2006/07 Maeda Hooke Park Workshop; installation of last summer’s pavilion at Hooke Park; a new social space for the AA Community using Hooke. The workshop is being led by AA Inter 2’s Charles Walker and Martin Self, with the generous support of the Maeda Corporation.
Images from the workshop team of students from across the school participating in Stage 1 of this year’s Custerson Award project; the discovery, design and construction of ‘A seperate place’ at Hooke. More work over the summer.